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was stronger than katrina in terms of surface energy and stronger than andrew or whohugo. it had more damaging power than any of those storms. clubs break and chilly tonight temperatures mid-20s inland. a high of 48 for election day. then we could be flirting with 70 degrees part of this weekend. and then talk about thunderstorms for the bears game may be. is it possible that because louisiana was a bathtub so speaking just held all of the water from katrina and that's what it looked so much worse than sandy? >> i think there is truth to that. this integrated kinetic energy takes into account the area of which the wind is blowing so it's a better index then looking at the damage potential of all of these storms. >> a bipartisan push to get voters to close a new effort in encouraging immigrants to get out and vote. the name your price tool shows you a range of coverages and you pick the price that works for you. great. whoa, whoa, jamie. watch where you point that thing. [ mocking ] "watch where you point that thing." you point yours, i point mine. okay, l-let's stay calm. [ all shouting ]
says the federal government's response to hurricane sandy is actually worse than that of katrina. how will wall street react to the results of this election? how different will congress actually be? ron christie will join us as well. stay with us, the polls are closing with results now minutes away. we're coming right back. 0t[h7 lou: some good news for coastal residents the northeast still cleaning up after hurricane sandy and under a lack of power and gasoline shortages. forecasters say a nor'easter that has been expected to hit the region tomorrow will be weaker than originally forecast the storm ravaged areas in new york and new jersey still could see high wind gusting 50 miles per hour and storm surges again reaching only 3 feet. mayor michael bloomberg now asking residents of low-lying waterfront areas to evacuate ahead of the storm. meanwhile eight days after the hurricane slammed into the northeast nearly 900 homes and businesses remained without power. rudy giuliani blasted obama and fema over the handling of the hurricane. >> their performance has been abysmal. the presiden
a montage of people in the east coast. whole story has shifted into what i am calling obama's katrina. watch this. >> we keep convincing people. >> we -- what is going on here [bleep]. >> the old lady has nothing. >> what are we going to get. [bleep]. >> and i mean, seriously, people out here are very frustrated by what's going on. >> it's just chaos. it's pandemonium out here. >> everybody is hotheaded, everybody is upset. >> we can't live like this. it's too hard. we cannot live like this! people who have not even left their apartment because they scared. we can't live like rats. this is disgusting. >> we need to -- please, president obama, please listen to us down here! we are going to die! you don't understand. you've got to get your trucks here on this corner now! >> we need help. fema takes so long. three to five days, we have no place to go. >> my kids are in the shelter with me. >> this story has flipped. gas lines minimum four hours all across new york, new jersey and long island. the president comes in, photo op and leaves. >> the minute he got the photo op he went back to being ca
it is expensive and did not work in katrina and expensive to check power lines, concrete utility poles, prepare for 14 foot waves, drone aircraft in hot spots and bigger work crews, utilities and oil 16 times earnings multiple at the highest evaluation in years and there's a reason, when governments put the onus on them to do it, they have to pass along some of which means rating crease last for consumers. cheryl: with the political criticism and another storm in the northeast, is now the time to sell or hold these utilities? travis miller utilities analyst at morningstar joins us now. buying these names under pressure, what do you say? >> if you look at the storm in particular, we think obviously it is a huge storm for utilities, we had eight million plus customers out of power which is among the worst storms we give seen in a long time. we estimate $1 billion of damage to polls, wires and other distribution, transmission assets. we put those in perspective we are talking about utilities here that have among the largest customer baaes in the country and the largest capital bases in the [talkin
in 2005 with hurricane katrina and some other hurricanes and natural disasters? >> guest: it is too early to make that assessment. things are being ramped up in a number of ways. we are going to have vulnerabilities. when you have the infrastructure, they are going to be horrible to natural disasters, of course. but i think all in all, in terms of the response, what i am sensing is that people see that deployments have been done and a lot of systems work as best as they can under the circumstances. i think we will see some improvement in terms of the results at the end of the day. >> host: also joining us today is paul kirby who is the senior communications editor. >> guest: the oral arguments between the judges on the panel seemed skeptical of the rules. you think we should pressure those rules in light of hurricane sandy? >> guest: i think these really reinforced by some of the things that we put forth -- why we do what we do and why we affirm some of those things. yes, backup power systems definitely, you know, they are in play here. if this affirms how codependent we are, even some pe
-known liberal bias. first katrina tainted george bush's presidency. then isaac wiped out the first day of the republican national convention. now hurricane sandy. sandy, what kind of name is that? are you a dude storm or a lady storm? oh, big surprise, just when obama needs a boost, who shows up but a gender-ambiguous weather system, a category 5 by cure cane. (laughter) hey, hey, don't get me wrong, i don't mine you being a hemispheric scale meteorological event, but why must you be so flamboyant and in my face about it? (cheers and applause) no, i'm hurricane sandy, deal with me! now, make no mistake, folks, the hurricane agenda is to make the federal government look necessary! (laughter) well, mitt romney understands that disaster relief belongs only on the state level. as he explained when asked about his plans for fema during a primary debate. >> every time you have an occasion to take something from the federal government and send it back to the states, that's the right direction. and if you go even further and send it back to the private sector, that's even better. >> stephen: r
york were a cold katrina. i believe that it was -- yes. i thought that was a fantastic ." but now, really, all eyes, and i want you to get to this, and ohio. everybody is wondering what will happen in ohio. people thinking seriously about where the southern part of the state will go, where the northern part of the state will go. can run the capture the areas that are largely coal producing? when you look at ohio, what counties will you be watching. >> well, rather than counties, three big cities in the counties around them. one is cleveland, which the democratic stronghold. obviously columbus and cincinnati, which is more republican. at the end of the day your this is a state that has a tendency to switch. you have to remember that governor casey won this in the closing days two years ago, the governorship. george w. bush won the presidency back again in 2004. it is the bellwether. it's not just -- everybody wants to say, no republican has ever won. well, no democrat either. kennedy lost an extent -- nixon in 1960, but otherwise it is a bellwether state. my sense is if romney is g
the folks out. again takes me back to katrina days. if this plan goes through with the fema trailers, need for temporary housing, there was a big situation down in louisiana where they found out months after the storm that there was a formaldehyde contamination inside the fema trailers. make sure as they segue into temporary housing they take precautions, ask about what you are getting. and a lot of problems and some law suits in new orleans after katrina. >> you heard the folks, asked to evacuate, leave, maybe go to a shelter, dry, dry land. but they don't want to leave their homes because of looting. >> yeah, people want to protect their property. can't tell somebody they can't. to lighter moments from our storm coverage. we know about the bromance between governor chris christie and president obama. there is word that christie found closure with a target of his unrequited love. >> the one, the only -- bruce springsteen. christie said yesterday he got a hug from the rock star at a recent benefit concert and was moved to tears. christie, he is a huge fan of spring ste springsteen concerts
hurricane katrina being there my beloved home state of mississippi walking in rubble. the coastline, unrecognizable. family members displaced for months. it took over a year for us to get back in the family home. so many people asking me the same question. does the rest of the country know? do they know what happened to us? does anyone care? that is why today is so meaningful. please give what you can. any amount. it's greatly appreciated. if you can't make a donation, please consider giving your time, volunteering, sending positive thoughts to those that have been affected by sandy. let them know we care by giving whatever. bless you. thank you. >> here is the information. text abc to 90999 to give $10. you can also call 1-800-help now. or go online for red cross.org/abc. >> coming up, research shows being healthy won'tness ily stop heart attacks so there is good news for hearts of health conscious people. >> looking at how many kids skip school to watch the giants parade. how much team pride cost the district. >> i'm still taking your questions on twitter and facebook. you can con
to katrina victims and kerosene to japanese sue gnaw mee victims. in response to superstorm sandy, the organization brought this 9,000-gallon tanker from the west coast to new york passing out limited amounts of free fuel to storm victims. >> being in the petroleum business, we always get bad press. it's -- it's wonderful to be part of good press when it comes to fuel. >> this fuel is meant to power thirsty generators and vehicles, but storm victims themselves need fuel as well for their weary bodies. that's where this group of culinary volunteers come in using a mobile kitchen donated by red rob bit, an organization that usually provides free school meals, they are preparing restaurant-quality food for storm survivors. >> watching everything from a television set in a comfortable living room sa lot different than being out here. when you're out here, you really see the need and the -- and the despair on some of the faces. >> fema is also on site helping provide the basic necessities, including food, water, and warm clothes. as a recovery process continues in this hard-hit area. i
reasonna you think they would -- katrina you think they would wake up, but no, it will not clear up until we do declare bankruptcy, that money comes from poor people, if you borrow it, they are indebted, if you don't borrow you print it, they get a business cycle, and they end up without their job, and they think it is for free, wake up and see, every time government spends money it is a cost and a tax, comes back and hits middle class more than anyone else, esspecially low income middle class who try to survive, they suffer the most from all of these programs even with a pretense they will take care of us forever. neil: and you always look cruel if you oppose it but track record is such, like telethons, their heart is in the right place but if haiti got a fraction of the money that was pledged after earthquakes and disaster its would look like atlantis right now. >> that is right, same thing over again, you know where that will take us. neil: we have to think through this, folks. ron paul always a please oar sir, thank you. >> swing state mayors are duking it on the ground, a republican
trouble with hurricane sandy as hurricane katrina, but liberal mainstream media is covering for the president, instead of covering the disaver er tafter story. >> crames of victory, obama campaign declaring it all but over, no problem. but is it just more chicago campaign tactics? the selling author brad thor with his theory i am music is a universal language. but when i was in an accident... i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i neverissed a beat. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. lou: we're back with chris stirewalt, and juan williams, to issue of battle ground states. we talk about a new poll with romney up 50-48, a tie in ohio. with most recent, university of cincinnati poll with obama up 50-48. budeclaring too close to call. so, are we to dismiss those polls? >> no, what i'm saying it y
katrina, but liberal mainstream media is covering for the president, instead of covering the disaver er tafter story. >> crames of victory, obama campaign declaring it all but over, no problem. but is it just more chicago campaign tactics? the selling author brad thor with his theory i am i've been a superintendent for 30 some years at many different park service units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. so, which supeast 4g lte service would yochoose, based on this chart ? don't rush into it, i'm not looking for the fastest answer. obviously verizon. okay, i have a different chart. going that way, does that make a difference ? look at verizon. it's so much more than the other ones. so what if we just changed the format altogether ? isn't that the exact same thing ? it's pretty clear. still sticking with verizon. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combine
and katrina. because obama is a democrat and bush was a republic. and the media aren't going to play it up. none the less, it stopped the sandy effect. and you can see it now in the nationals. if you look at the last four national polls, romney is now coming back. he is up. he is either tied or plus one. so i see and that's as of saturday saturday sunday today and tomorrow. i think romney comes back. he he doesn't come all the way back. is he not going to be plus five. but the fact that he is coming back has an effect. here is where it has an effect on the battleground states if they are all very close, all nine or ten of them. 1%, 1 or 2 either way, then it's a best of your knowledge of dominoes. then all of them will go one way. which is why it looks so bad for romney on saturday or friday. now that i think he is coming back somewhat nationally, you are getting an evening effect. i think they are going to split half and half. and there are paths easy ones for romney to win electorally if, as i predict, the rebound in the national poll is continuing, which i think it is. >> bill: is there
agree, to what we saw at katrina. and it seems this president is getting a total pass. what could you have done if you were thinking ahead? >> everything they didn't do. >> brian: like for example? >> preposition the water, preposition generators, kind of anticipate the fact that there would be a lack of gasoline and have a lot of that ready to go. then if i actually got one of those things, there are airplanes to bring them in. >> brian: jfk is open. >> when fema said we don't have enough water because we didn't preposition it, first of all, everybody should yell out, what are you a bunch of i have had yachts? next, they could fly it in immediately. they could fly it in today. you could fly anything you want into kennedy airport. if there is lack of water, lack of generators, lack of anything, how comfy ma is not organizing flying massive amounts of this in? you know how close kennedy airport is to where you live, brian. right? >> brian: 30 minutes. >> right next to breezy point. those poor people have been totally devastated. or where ten people died. this is as bad as katrina. >> b
to learn the lessons of katrina. you watch the next three or four weeks. everything you are seeing on staten island is the government that barack obama thinks is competent enough to handle your healthcare. this is a really bad situation. because of the presidential campaign it's not getting the attention it should be getting. >> speaker, thank you. >> thank you. >> and wisconsin will matter and vice president candidate paul ryan is about to rally his hometown crowd one more time. can the republican ticket take the badger town? that's next. and what about the evangelical vote? it was a huge vote in '08. is the media underestimating the impact of the evangelicals this year? sarah palin is here. she's been talking to the evangelicals. that's coming up. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. if we want to im
's katrina. >> americans are afraid to say they're voting against obama because they'll be accused of racism. >> your boss promised hope and change and he didn't deliver. >> i think you attributed only positive tough to mitt romney and you said barack obama didn't get anything done. >> comes down to this, one day. >> who are you voting for? >> i think you know. >> i feel pretty good. >> i feel great. >> last time you're going to vote for yourself? >> i don't think so. >> it's a great tradition. >> congratulations on a spirited campaign. looking forward to the results. >> feel great about ohio. >> expect that we'll have a good night. >> there's a lot of technical jargon in there. the candidate who has more voters is going to win. >> let's get right to our panel now. with me is ana marie cox of "the guardian," little anliana gil v and krystal ball my colleague. before i say anything else, i want to say i love you women. >> yeah! >> on a serious note, mitt romney tells us america is inches from the apocalypse, we're going to lose our freedoms and our foundation of our judeo-christian religion.
fema is considering bringing in trailers and prefab houses after the hurricane. katrina, more than 20,000 people are homeless. on the jersey shore homeowners working away at clearing out muddy water and sand that's enveloped their homes, all this as voting is getting under way and as we say ron allen is in hoboken new jersey outside city hall. let's talk about the cleanup and how it's affecting the voting, ron. >> well, the ta got off to a rough start in some places like here in hoboken, for example, there are instances of voting sites that didn't have power, that needed generators or they had generators, didn't have fuel. a similar situation out in staten island and in long island, new york, hard hit places by the storm. here at city hall they've consolidated voting places, now two here where there's usually one. but the bottom line is people are making their way do the best they can to vote and anecdotally it seems turnout is brisk here and in the new york area. at the end of the day, a lot of power came back on and this town, for example, hoboken, that was hard hit, about 90% of th
damaging as what we are calling cold katrina up in new york. it feels unfortunate to look at tonight a political sense. but we know politics is part of life. the storm slowed up the romney campaign in a way by taking all the attention onto the president and going to the storm. and it sort of slowed up romney. but at the end of the day i think it's a wash for president obama. i don't think it does anything for him. then the situation in new york is turning grimmer. but, megyn, i think overall there has been a grimness and joylessness and profound negativity to the president's campaign. i don't think if it turns out he is the winner, i don't think it will help him govern. i think it will almost make it more difficult for him to work with republicans and gather anything together. you look at a picture of a romney rally and it looks happy. obama rally feels a little bit different. megyn: you said you suspect both romney and obama have a sense of what's coming and you think you can see it in the candidate's faces. in your experience is that true? >> you know, you sort of can tell in the b
to bury power lines. texas and florida, doesn't work. in katrina didn't work. when you have to dig them up to more expensive. concrete utility boss, not wooden one. 14 foot plus and higher waves. drone aircraft may need to be purchased by utilities to detect hot spots and bigger work crews. on top of that fines. possible revocations of licenses at a time standard & poor's saying rising regulatory are headed for utilities. lori: one con-ed truck in scarsdale, four, five days. finally got reinforcement. we didn't have power six days. i feel like can i that was it. tracy: tell you the same stories in jersey. we didn't see trucks. >> i called new jersey. lori: call it jersey, tracy. that is appropoe. tracy: emac, calling you staten island. >> [inaudible]. lori: did quite a bit for staten island. >> i live there. thank you. lori: coming up election day in america. will voters choose four more years of president obama? we're live from two key battleground states. keep it here. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can ge
of katrina, this became a very different situation. what has happened here, i think, are a combination of things. people saw the president at work. they saw him essentially being a good steward in a time of serious crisis. they saw the ability for him to reach across the aisle and to work with the republican governor, chris christie, the governor of new jersey. the third thing i think that came out of all of this is the sense that government has a role to play. and that in all three of those instances, good policy and good professional work probably was very good politics for the president. having said that, it is important to know that the change we have seen in our own polling from our earlier work is minuscule. it is not as though there has suddenly been a large band wagon to the president's side. giffords been some movement in terms of the jobs rating -- there has been some movement in terms of the jobs rating and how the -- how he is handling the economy. possibly a little pick up in the area of feeling positively about the direction of the nation. all of those things probably hav
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